Enjoy a unique cultural experience during your stay with us in Bhopal. Also known as the "City of Lakes", be sure to check out Bhopal Lake, one of the oldest man-made lakes in India, or the Bhimbeteka rock shelters that span the prehistoric Paleolithic and Mesolithic periods. Visit Bhojpur and Khajuraho temples; learn about a famous royal love story in Mandau or spot wild animals at one of the local wildlife sanctuaries.
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Upper Lake, Bhopal
7.6 mi / 12.24 km from the hotel
Upper Lake, commonly known as Bhojtal, is the most significant lake in Bhopal and a popular spot for water sport enthusiasts. Arguably India’s oldest man-made lake, the expansive and beautiful water body is teeming with aquatic life and enjoys sweeping views of Bhopal.
Madhya Pradesh Tribal Museum
4.36 mi / 7.02 km from the hotel
Enjoy an immersive experience of local tribal culture at Bhopal’s Tribal Museum. Showcasing the architecture, craft, art, and rituals of the seven main tribes of Madhya Pradesh, this one-of-a-kind museum is a must-see to connect with India’s roots.
Van Vihar Wildlife Sanctuary
5.19 mi / 8.36 km from the hotel
Located on the Vindhayan Plateau, this wildlife sanctuary is spread over an area of almost 60 square kilometers and makes for a great destination for nature and wildlife lovers who can spot sambar and chital deer, blue bulls, wild boar, sloth bears, hyenas, leopards and more.
Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Manav Sangrahalaya
4.63 mi / 7.44 km from the hotel
Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Manav Sangrahalaya, or the National Museum of Humankind, is Bhopal’s anthropology museum which presents visitors with an indoor and outdoor depiction of the evolution of man and culture with special reference to India.
45.77 mi / 73.66 km from the hotel
Founded thousands of years ago by Emperor Ashoka and decorated with some of the best Buddhist artwork in the world, Sanchi Stupa is one of the oldest Buddhist monuments in India and a recognized UNESCO World Heritage Site.
20.75 mi / 33.4 km from the hotel
Nestled in the foothills of the Vindhyan Mountains are the Bhimbeteka Caves. Home to humans millennia ago, these rock shelters are now the largest Indian gallery of prehistoric art, featuring cave paintings dating back approximately 30,000 years.